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amanwithaccentsDoes it sound "cockney"?

No, nothing like.

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What it's like?

In terms of native accents, to me it sounds closest to a generic accent from southern or south-eastern England. Then there is also a non-native influence that is apparent.

Then there is also a non-native influence that is apparent.

Which part or word is non-native? The word "penny"?

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In terms of native accents, to me it sounds closest to a generic accent from southern or south-eastern England.

Like Estuary? Or BBC English?

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amanwithaccentsLike Estuary? Or BBC English?

I wouldn't particularly describe it as either of these.